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Learning outcomes

What do your students need to learn?

Gathering and analysing a range of information about the learning needs of your students will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes that they need to develop in their class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the learning experiences in the online version of this book, are listed below. The Olympic ideals relevant to each outcome are shown in italics. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with your students and to provide them with feedback about their progress.

Developing a positive and responsible attitude to their own well-being

Students will:

 Level 

Strand

AO

reflect on and describe their personal attitudes and values that relate to physical activity and sport (the balanced development of mind, body, and character)   5 A 4
Investigate and describe how reflecting on personal attitudes and values that relate to physical activity and sport can influence their well-being and sense of self-worth ( the balanced development of mind, body, and character, striving to be the best you can be within the Olympic spirit )   5 A 4
identify and describe influences on the formation of their attitudes towards success, achievement, and disappointment in physical activity and sport ( the balanced development of mind, body, and character )   5 A 4
identify and describe feelings of self-worth that arise through striving for personal success in physical activity and sport ( striving to be the best you can be within the Olympic spirit, the joy of effort )   4 B 2
investigate attitudes towards competition in sport and describe how these affect their behaviour and influence other people's participation ( tolerance, non-discrimination, respect for others )   5 B 4

Developing respect for the rights of other people

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

Inestigate and describe social and cultural factors that influence people's ability to participate in physical activity and sport (the educational value of being a positive role model, friendship, respect for others);   5 B 4
Identify and describe how a range of perspectives can contribute to enhancing a co-operative group activity (tolerance, generosity, friendship, respect for others);   5 C 1
demonstrate an understanding of how showing respect for others in physical activity and sport can contribute to people's sense of self-worth (tolerance, generosity, friendship, respect for others);   5 C 2
demonstrate tolerance of other people's abilities during physical activity and sport (the educational value of being a positive role model, tolerance, respect for others);   5 C 3
demonstrate inclusiveness in group activities in a sporting context (the educational value of being a positive role model, friendship, non-discrimination, respect for others);   5 C 3

Developing care and concern for their community and environment

Students will:

 Level 

Strand

AO

Identify and describe the effect of competition in sport on people's attitudes and behaviour (the balanced development of mind, body, and character, the educational value of being a positive role model)   4 C 1
identify the positive outcomes of supporting group and team members during physical activity and sport (the joy of effort, unity, respect for others)   5 C 1
develop and practise strategies for managing competitive situations, during physical activity and sport, that result in positive outcomes (the joy of effort, the educational value of being a positive role model, unity   5 C 1
identify and practise personal and interpersonal skills needed to be supportive and positive in a group or team situation (striving to be the best you can be within the Olympic spirit, tolerance, friendship, respect for others)   4/5 C 3
investigate a societal influence on competition (for example, the news media) and analyse its effects on the attitudes of students during class or school sporting events (the balanced development of mind, body, and character, the educational value of being a positive role model)   5 D 1

Developing a sense of social justice

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

Investigate ways that fair play can influence people's enjoyment when they take part in sport and physical activity (the joy of effort, the educational value of being a positive role model)   5 B 4
recognise instances of fair play and lack of fair play while involved in physical activity and sport (tolerance, unity, friendship, non-discrimination, respect for others)   4 C 2
assert their rights and express their feelings in relation to fair play and instances of a lack of fair play (respect for others)   4 C 2
recognise discrimination and support their own rights and those of others in a responsible way during involvement in physical activity and sport (tolerance, generosity, respect for others)   4 C 2
identify how students' well-being during physical activity and sport is influenced by rules (tolerance, unity, friendship, non-discrimination, respect for others)   5 C/D 1
investigate people's attitudes towards an instance of social injustice that relates to sport in the school environment (tolerance, non-discrimination, respect for others)   5 D 4
identify changes in attitude needed to address the injustice (the educational value of being a positive role model, tolerance, respect for others)   5 D 4
implement an action plan that enhances the school sporting environment for all (tolerance, unity, friendship, non-discrimination, respect for others)   5 D 4
investigate how the Olympic ideals are displayed throughout a major sporting event or festival   6 D 4

The three 5D4 learning outcomes form a grouping.


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